The most promising thesis proposal
presented at the Doctoral Tutorial is awarded a prize of 1000 Euros.
The Gunnar Hedlund Award
The Gunnar Hedlund Award is a yearly prize for the best
PhD thesis in the world in the field of International Business. The prize is
organized by The Institute of International Business (IIB) at the Stockholm
School of Economics, in collaboration with The European International Business
Academy (EIBA). The three finalists will present their work at the EIBA
Conference in Catania.
Copenhagen Business School has established the Copenhagen Prize, which has been
awarded for the first time at the 2003 Conference. The €3000 award honours the
best paper written by a young scholar in International Business. The winning
paper must have been accepted for presentation at the EIBA conference and have
been written by an author or authors under 40 years of age.
IMR International Marketing Award
International Marketing Review sponsors the International Marketing Award,
which was awarded for the first time at the 2004 EIBA conference. The 600 Euro
award is given to the best paper about an international marketing topic that was
accepted and presented at the EIBA conference.
IJoEM Best Paper on Emerging Markets Award
The International Journal of Emerging Markets sponsored the Best Paper on
Emerging Markets for the first time at the EIBA Conference 2006 and was offered
an award of 600€.
Paper of The Year Award
The International Business Review offers a €1000 award to the best paper in
terms of having the possibility to influence the field of International Business
research in the future. Starting in 2006, this award will be offered every year
in the EIBA conference.
Distinguished EIBA Honorary Fellow of The Year Award
Since 2005 a distinguished EIBA Honorary Fellow of the Year is elected annually
by the EIBA Fellows.
The EIBA Fellows Research Award
for a Promising Young Scholar in International Business
The winner of the Young Scholar's
award will receive Euros 15,000. The purpose of this award is to help to broaden
the research programme of promising younger scholars in the international
business field, to widen their network of research contacts and open a new
research collaboration for them at an early stage of their academic careers, and
to enhance the formation of international research exchange arrangements amongst
international business scholars.